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Sample cover letter for Internship position at mitchel


Business analyst

Dear Hiring Manager:

I am highly intrigued by the Mitchell Business System Analyst intern position that I came across through the UCSD Hire San Diego Career Fair. I am a current MBA-International Business track student with a concentration in Finance at the University of San Diego. This position excites me because it will allow me to exercise the skills gained in the classroom and contribute to my learning for future endeavors. I believe that my passion for working in a technology oriented business setting and solving business problems, coupled with my previous work experience makes me the ideal candidate for this position. The recent consulting project I completed in Shanghai, has allowed me to bring to paper some of the important skills such as designing new process business modelling.

Prior to business school I worked as a SAP Technical Consultant, with a primary focus on administering and implementing SAP applications, resolving bottleneck issues, analyzing system changes, as well as defining implementation strategies. I have developed extensive analytical and problem solving skills while working for several clients in different settings at various organizations. My technical experience along with ability to work with cross functional teams can be of great value for the position as well as organization as a whole.

The opportunity to work in midst of business specialists while utilizing my past technical experiences is what makes me most enthusiastic to apply for this internship position. I am confident that my diverse background working with various companies across different industries, performing data analysis, research and proactive communication skills will contribute to Mitchell. I hope to be selected for an interview to further discuss how I would contribute as an intern. 

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